When Queer Eye for the Straight Guy premiered in 2003, it was an instant hit. With the premise of five openly gay style experts hijacking a schlubby straight dude to give his lifestyle a reboot, the show was as entertaining as it was helpful. What wasn’t there to like about Ted, Carson, Thom, Kyan, and Jai? They were funny, they had chemistry, and they gave straight women everywhere the… Continue reading ‘Queer Eye’ 10 years later: The Fab Five’s ‘Make-better’ legacy
While the excellent Eric D. Snider does his regular “one year later” column, we thought it might be fun to go back even further. Although we’re seriously obsessed with new films here at Movies.com, there’s no reason we shouldn’t spend a good deal of column space on the “older” fare, too. With that in mind, and because I’m one of the oldest guys here… Continue reading Thirty Years Later: The Summer Movie Season of 1981
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Though Warner Bros. doesn’t have a full-on presence at Comic-Con this year, that’s not stopping them from stealing a corner of the spotlight. The studio has just announced that the release date for Zack Snyder’s The Man of Steel has been delayed by a few months. It was originally slated for December 2012, but now the Brothers Warner have carved out a cozy June 14… Continue reading 'The Man of Steel' to Fly Six Months Later Than Expected